I'm Rich!

I'm about to become rich”"I think ”¦

My email box has been besieged recently by emails announcing that I'm the beneficiary of millions of dollars. And from lots of different places. If memory serves me correctly there's English lottery tickets that bingoed for me”"though I don't remember buying any lottery tickets and I haven't been in England for several years, but why complain if they're going to make me rich?

And listen to this recent email, 'Your name appeared among the beneficiaries who will receive a part-payment of US$21.5 million and has been approved already for months. You are requested to get back to me for more direction and instruction on how to receive your fund.”

Isn't that exciting?

I've also received several, at different times, that begin something like this, 'Greetings in the Name of the Lord Jesus”¦” then they go on to tell me that this wonderful person wants to invest millions of dollars in my ministry.

I hardly know what to say. When I get all my prizes and gifts I'll have enough money to buy Buckingham Palace from the Queen of England and live there with my wife and two chihuahuas. Actually I don't have any chihuahuas but with all the money I'm going to have, I can buy them.

The only question I have is: how stupid do these people think that I am? From what I've been told, if you follow up on the email there is generally a little fee of some thousands of dollars to actually make all the transfers, etc. and as soon as you pay that you can have your millions.

Yeah, and the moon is made of green cheese. Actually, the person evaporates into the landscape with your money in his pocket (and a big smile on his face).

I suppose that if you send out several million of these things you'll find someone na